In this post we showcased amazing pictures of car and automotive miniatures by Kim Leuenberger. Kim was born in 1992 in the North West of Switzerland in a region called Jura.
Macrophotography is close-up photography, usually of very small subjects. What is great about this type of photography is that you can discover things unnoticed by the human eye, such as the wings details of a butterfly or the tiny hair of a fly.
In case you didn’t know, macro photography means close-up photography, usually of very small subjects, but not only. Photographers use this method when they want to focus on the smallest details of a subject, details which, most of the times, you can’t see with the naked eye. These details make the photos incredibly beautiful and interesting. Here is a collection of 50 beautiful macro photographs to enchant your eyes. Enjoy!
Finest details which cannot be observed even through naked eyes can be captured with Macro photography. They are mainly used to bring out the depth from the object or the place behind the lens.